Animals | August 20, 2021 9:04 AM | Hang Bona
The Everglades have been overrun by pirates. Millions of voracious, invasive snakes crawl across the marsh, devouring everything in sight.
Only an exceptional army, the python hunters, can safeguard the world’s most unique ecology.
A colony of Burmese pythons started reproducing in South Florida in the late 1970s.
Although the snakes are not native to the United States, they have adapted quite well to their new surroundings: much too well.
A million or more pythons, some as long as 20 feet, now live in South Florida, causing the Everglades food chain to collapse dramatically.
Is there any other method to cope with that many snakes? One by one, track them down.
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